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A case of jejunogastric intussusception, occurring seven years after a gastroenterostomy, is presented. We discuss the clinical picture and present a bibliographic review of the subject.
This case is unique as there was a stomach cavity divided in two by one septum which obstructed the anastomotic ostium.
Assuming an influence of the previous operation, we could not find a satisfactory explanation for this case.
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© 1955 Published by Elsevier Inc.